8.02.2012

That Was Probably Hard To Remember


Pretty funny moment (relatively speaking) in the trial of the Fort Worth guy who was sentenced to life for shooting, but not killing, a police officer. His momma was called to the stand during the punishment phase and asked by the defendant's lawyer if there had been any acts of violence between her and the defendant's father (the "he's the product of bad parents" defense).   She quickly said, "No."  Then a couple of seconds later a light bulb came on and she recalled there was that one time. You know, the time she shot him. Video.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Curious of why you needed to add "but not killing" in the first sentence.

Anonymous said...

Dumb Defense--so you're the product of bad parents--we're still scared of you, ESPECIALLY since you're a BAD product! Makes no diff, either way, you're bad news, so hasta la vista, baby.

Anonymous said...

10:46, I know, right. Like he shot him in the ankle or big toe or something just so he could get away....I am sure he had no intent to kill the cop! It is as if BG feels the need to downplay his crimes.

Anonymous said...

She ate mor chikn

Anonymous said...

Barry...what is going on with a standoff in Big Lake Texas. People dead...can you find out?

Cleverly Disguised said...

BIG LAKE, Texas (AP) — A sheriff says a West Texas deputy has been shot and killed and a standoff continues with a suspect. According to Brown County authorities, the suspect is from Lake Brownwood and had been in the Brown County Jail recently.
Other details from Brown County authorities were not immediately available.
Reagan County Sheriff Jeff Garner said Thursday that a male suspect was barricaded in a house in Big Lake. Garner says the standoff began around 6:20 p.m. Wednesday and continued through the night.
Garner identified the slain officer as 26-year-old Deputy Josh Mitchell. Garner declined to provide further details on the suspect or what led to Mitchell's fatal shooting Wednesday night.
The sheriff says Mitchell had been with the department for at least eight years.
Further details on the investigation were not immediately available.
UPDATE— The standoff ended shortly after the SWAT officers entered the home at 11:15 a.m. According to the Big Lake Wildcat, officers found the suspect, Marcus Wade Madison, hiding in a closet.
Madison, 42, was transported to the Reagan Memorial Hospital with injuries. At this time, its not known if the injuries are from the SWAT officers entering the home or self-inflicted.
Big Lake is a town of about 2,900, located 70 miles southeast of Midland

Anonymous said...

What are the odds: negrahs directing violence at their own family members, police officers and the public at large...

Will wonders ever cease?

Anonymous said...

If Obammy had a sister....

Anonymous said...

Google "shantiniqua Scott"

Anonymous said...

I think I had a french haywood one time and it shot back

Anonymous said...

His old momma prolly thought it was perfectly okay she shot her husband...all in a days play to them!

Anonymous said...

He must have the same lawyer as Dez Bryant.

Anonymous said...

Isn't calling a colored a bonehead racist?

DF National Geographic said...

Nah, 11:25 I bet there are colorerds walking around Africa or somewhere in the jungle with bones hanging out on their heads.